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of this actually happened. it is loosely based on a real american hustle. it's an fbi sting called abscam. >> you got any other questions? >> i think the name of the operation is offensive. what, abscam, arab scam, it's racist. >> what do you care, you're mexican. >> the operation got under way in 1978 and it sent shock waves across capitol hill when it finally went public two years later. >> a cover for the biggest political scandal to hit washington since watergate. grand juries in four cities soon will begin hearing evidence in a bribery scandal that involves eight members of congress and at least 20 other public officials. >> it was the first made-for-tv scandal, politicians caught on surveillance tapes, taking thousands of dollars in bribes from phony arab sheiks. at the heart of it is the man depicted by christian bale. >> like the veet congress man, right, i'm in and out, i was there the whole time. you don't know it. to become somebody who can pin their beliefs and their dreams on. >> bale, of course, played the character irving rosenfeld. it's loosely based on the actual mastermind of ab
wednesday in the south of ukraine in the crimea region. nbc news learned exclusive details about an fbi informant planted inside of al qaeda. according to numerous sources, the fbi had a mole who actually met osama bin laden eight years before the september 11th attacks. and this mole knew bin laden planned to finance terror plots, but the bureau opted not to disclose that information to the 9/11 commission. the informant acted as a, quote, driver and confidant for the man who planned the 1993 terror attack on the world trade center. bin laden apparently told the mole about a planned attack on a masonic lodge in los angeles, that information in the end helping the fbi to prevent the attack from happening. >>> the nutritional panels on all those foods that we buy are about to get a bit of a makeover. today, michelle obama and the head of the fda will announce proposed updates as part of the first lady's push to help americans make healthier choices. nbc's tracie potts is in washington. and tracie, as we look at some of these possible changes, how might they make things easier, some will
-qaeda. he is probably a member of the fbi. it has become almost a joke we are probably being listened to right now. >> reporter: but nadia says the close surveillance of muslims in the bay area and nationwide is no laughing matter. most recently, the arab resourcing center has told kpix5 that fbi agents have been showing up at the homes of arab residents right here in oakland knocking on their doors and asking them questions about the iraqi community. but last night, a group of muslim activists gathered at city hall to kneel and pray. they came to oppose the domain awareness center. >> we don't want any community to go through what the muslim community has gone through around the privacy, invasion of privacy around illegal and unlawful surveillance. >> reporter: the city is crafting a privacy policy to try to address some of those concerns. it prohibits observing individuals strictly based on their race, gender, sexual orientation, disability, or other classification, but does not mention religion. >> they could use religion. that is one of the main reasons why the muslim community is
there is no protest, citing eye witness accounts from u.s. personnel in benghazi. one senator claim says fbi refuse toing share accounts. >> he says fbi would not share the investigation because there is a criminal investigation my mouth dropped. when the meeting was over i ran back to my office i called the fbi they denied their agents ever withheld information from the cia. >> tonight morel said said welcome the chance to testify and wants his previous testimony to be declassified. so they can hear the facts of what occurred in what ch demonstrates everyone at the cia and throughout the intelligence community operated appropriately. >> catherine, thank you very much. >> you're welcome. >> also developing tonight, senator rand paul is blocking president obama's nominee to be surgeon general saying dr. murphy is out to get americans guns. i spoke with senator paul on capitol hill. >> senator, thank you for your time today >> glad to be with you. >> i want to talk about your objection about the president's nomination for surgeon general. what does it mean? >> my concern is that the position is an im
to be watched by supporters and opponents and the like. >> the fbi saw this about the first ali/listo fight. >> reporter: it was one of the greatest moments in american history. could the fight have been rigged? we'll tell you about new documents fueling that speculation. mine was earned in korea in 1953. afghanistan, in 2009. orbiting the moon in 1971. [ male announcer ] once it's earned, usaa auto insurance is often handed down from generation to generation. because it offers a superior level of protection. and because usaa's commitment to serve current and former military members and their families is without equal. begin your legacy. get an auto insurance quote. usaa. we know what it means to serve. [ mthat if you wear a partial,w you're almost twice as likely to lose your supporting teeth? try poligrip for partials. poligrip helps minimize stress which may damage supporting teeth by stabilizing your partial. care for your partial. help protect your natural teeth. ♪ 800,000 hours of supercomputing time, 3 million lines of code, 40,000 sets of eyes, or a million sleepless nights. wheth
the fbi had an informant inside the highest levels of al qaeda. before 9/11. this is "special report." >>> good evening. i'm bret baier. we have new information tonight on just how far ahead of the september 11th, 2001, terror attacks the u.s. government had any idea of how dangerous osama bin laden could be. chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge is here with fascinating details. >> thank you, bret. according to court documents the fbi source was in direct contact with osama bin laden eight years before the 9/11
in terms of history, and in the 48 years that j. edgar hoover ran the fbi, even hoover's secret files did not quite reach 33,000 pages. >> reporter: late today with scrutiny on the secret files mounting, the national archives announced it would begin uploading all 33,000 pages of the withheld documents to the national archives website starting at noon central time on friday, a process that will take about two weeks to complete. even clinton allies agree the drip, drip, drip disclosure of '90s era documents could prove problematic as mrs. clinton mulls over another bid to hold the job her husband once had. >> while it was a successful one, i don't think at this point bill or hillary wants to relitigate issues from the past. i think they would like to look to the future. >> reporter: by way of context, the eisenhower library in abilene, kansas houses 20 million records of which 350,000 still considered to contain sensitive national security data remain classified. bret? >> james, thank you. what do you think? do you think the clinton files will produce much? do you think those documents cou
february 2014 fbi specialist durant and james otton visited mr. stepien in his mercer county home. in his absence questioned his landlord about his conduct and character. was he married? was he a rotten tenant? did he pay his rent on time in and left behind their calling cards which prominently identified them as criminal investigators and left no doubt as to the nature of their investigation. e.j. dionne, that was all by way of saying another reason why he shouldn't comply with these subpoenas since he's under criminal investigation. >> yeah. and i think what you're seeing there is one of the difficulties that the legislative community is going to have, is there are a lot of people who just don't want to testify. and i think they're going to try to play the investigation by the u.s. attorney off against the legislative inquiry. you know, obviously they do -- everybody has a right not to incriminate themselves, but it could be a good way for witnesses who don't want to expand our knowledge on this to kind of play the thing out so that they don't have to testify anytime soon. but it is int
in washington times reports fbi put a poll in al qaeda. he met with osama bin laden 8 years after 9-11. he planned terror attacks. the man was the driver of the blind chsheikh who mastermind t bombing at the world trade center. >>> harry reid calls obamacare stories lies. doug luzader has more on that and the fallout. >> sn gnat majority leader harry reid is going after conservatives or funding efforts to oppose it. in it are the koch brothers. reid says all of the horror stories are untrue. he later had to backtrack a bit. >> i can't say that everyone in the koch brothers ad are a lie. as we look out against this terrible dishonesty of these two brothers who are about as unamerican as any one i can image. >> some conservatives point out the left attacks the koch brothers for spending millions on political ads another puts spending at 15 nights on political donors. republicans quickly responded to reed. >> families have been adversely impacted by obamacare because of canceled coverages and higher premiums and higher deductibles. >> many may be from the mid term elections. many think obamac
immigration papers and passed an fbi background check which found she committed no criminal offenses. that should make everyone feel really secure, your health records will be just fine under obama care. let's check on our feedback results. should government have a role in reducing obesity? right now, 52% of you say yes. 48% say no. what do you all think? >> it's the way it's worded. government should play a role along with parents and schools and communities and all of us. >> rick, quickly. >> i look to converting to 52% to a more -- >> thank you to margo and rick. the debate continues online at cnn.com/crossfire, as well as facebook and twitter. >> join us tomorrow for another edition of "crossfire" aaron burnett "outfront" starts right now. >>> next, the president gets personal about in america. getting high and the shooting deaths of trayvon martin and jordan davis. >>> plus the former head of the cia warns vladimir putin may be on the verge of going on the extreme. will he use military force? >>> response to our interview with ted nugent. will the texas gubernatorial candidate e
is that the republican mouthpieces. why don't they also want to know why the president said that when he has an open fbi probe into this matter? >> it is why president obama says there is no scandals because he knows he will not be called out on this. it is why harry reid as you so correctly reported tonight was lying when he just dismissed every argument about obamacare. every story about obamacare as being a lie. why do they do this? because they feel they can. because nobody but fox is going to cover this and they turn around and attack fox. >> and not just attack fox, now it has crossed over to a different place. now you have harry reid as you just pointed out, calling the testimonials of americans, cancer patients, saying they're all liars. and then you heard the folks in the sound bite saying this is a question about people getting worried about what will happen to them if they speak out against their government. because the government then punches back and most of the media ignores that. >> people are -- megyn, people are scared to death that if they criticize this president they will be targeted
to any thefts at any u.s. mint facility. the fbi tells me it is not investigating at this point. >> does this mean the couple still gets to cash in, then? >> reporter: it would appear so. but if it turn out that the coins were government property and stolen from the government, i guess all bets are off. the couple could end up with just a finder's fee. >> i have a solution for this, though. the couple pays the federal government back the 30,000 it lost. that's what it was worth. that's what the federal government is out. they pay back the 30,000 that they lost and keep the rest. >> keep the rest. >> the government is not going to be out mount if they sell all of these gold coins because of taxes. they will get money in taxes. >> there you go. >> all right. thanks, allen. >>> they paid a no for worthless airline tickets -- a thousand dollars of worthless airlines tickets. >>> not out of the draught woods yet, but tonight, see the dramatic difference in the reservoirs in the wake of the recent rain. >> reporter: a gorgeous sunset outside. look at this right there. the sun is finally out af
from someone at the fbi just the other day or who had previously been with the fbi, we got talking about the iphone and using your fingerprint to validate who you are, and she said, frankly, i don't want to get that kind of information out there. so even as the vi is turning to biometrics, there could still be push back. >> because, remember, that can be hacked, too. we talked to a guy just yesterday, a hacker, who actually hacked into an android screen and he was getting the images right off the screen. he could lift your fingerprint right off the screen so the hackers can get it if you're putting it out there on the internet. >> i think i saw that in a tom cruise movie. may be mistaken. >> hollywood can't even keep up. >> it's just like a tom cruise movie right here. >> and eamon is playing that role very well, quitimission impossible. >> we have about 40 minutes to go into the close, bill, and it's hard to pick a narrative. do we talk about the fact we're basically back at all-time highs or the fact we're selling off again in the session today in some of the momentum names? >> j
legal rights? >> he shook up the world or was it the mom? >> new information that the fbi thought one of the most famous fights in history might have been fixed? we will hear from boxing legend, don king live. >> hello. i'm john berman. >> i'm michaela pereira. good morning out west. it is 8:00 a.m. out there. >>> happening now, a passenger terminal at the port of miami is being evacuated due to a bag of unknown substance. evacuation is affecting terminal "b" and a norwegian ship. they are out working on this. >> also, at this hour, we're awaiting a big decision by arizona governor, jan brewer, on the controversial ledgereligiou freedom bill. they include american, delta airlines, marriott and at&t. sources are telling us that brewer is very likely to veto it. it would allow businesses to turn away customers on religious grounds. critics say it is designed to discriminate against gays. >> talk about an arctic blast. temperatures have been below zero in parts of the midwest with windchills reaching 30 below. 15-25 degrees lower than normal across the midwest and 10-20 below average her
to investigators, even after he confessed and was riding in the car with the fbi, romano kept ranting and raving. an agent said, why don't you just let it go? romano said, "i'll never let it go." back to you. >> andrea, thank you very much. dramatic stuff. >>> let's go to the ten-year note and look at the yield. we had our third a auction in a row according to rick santelli and the yield on the ten-year hasn't budged. you're up to date after strong demand on the seven year. >>> meantime, the bond market followout from detroit's bankruptcy and puerto rico the financial crisis is catching the eye of the sec. bob pisani is with the sec's dan gallagher in a first on cnbc interview down at the nyse. bob? >> and nyse commissioners rarely appear on our air. dan does. thanks for joining us. before i ask about the bond market. news here. a british man charged with breaking into the computer servers of the federal reserve. the federal reserve. is our financial system safe from hacking like this? >> look, hacking is a constant threat, bob, and something we have to be completely vigilant about at the federa
down to the fbi and gets, you know, some of the latest -- what the latest threats are on terrorism and so on. some of the biggest cases that they have going. so it is a pretty long day that he has. and as you said there's been a lot of speculation as to how long he was going to stay in the job. he says that he wasn't intending to serve all two terms of president obama. he told us in an interview in november that he expected to stay well into this year in the office. so there's a lot of speculation that perhaps later this summer we might find out of his plans to leave. but he does say he loves his job. it's the best job he's ever had. and he's defied a lot of skeptic who is thought he wouldn't last this long. >> and he's in the news, evan, almost every day. over the last few weeks alone on the issue of marijuana in states saying the federal government will not impose federal laws in states that have legalized marijuana. just this week on issues particularly concerning gay rights he said the state attorney general should not have to defend laws that they do not feel are constitutiona
deal. she doesn't need immunity. the president said there is no corruption, and the fbi leaked to the wall street journal and no one is referred and the person heading the justice department give $6,000 to the president's campaign. so in light of all that, she will not testify. she has the best immunity deal she can have and but still won't answer. and there is something there, i believe, that she doesn't want public. that is why we have to top continue the investigation. >> if she didn't have things she wanted to share, she would share what happened. and i would think she would be able to talk about the program, how they did it, why they wanted to look at the groups because they were too active or might be breaking the law or couldn't receive the tax exempt status. why wouldn't you discuss that unless it goes back to a political agenda? >> right. before she pled the fifth before, she said i have done nothing wrong, broken no laws, or given false information. and then we learned about the joke of the investigation in the dust justice department. the president said there is no
of the issue. >>> a brit has been charged with hacking into nasa and the fbi. >>> gap reporting a bigger than expected profit in its holiday quarter. but the retailer which operates old navy and banana republic warns unfavorable exchange rates are ahead. gap shares trading lower in frankfu frankfurt, right now down 0.8%. shares of decker outdoor, the maker of ugg boots is seeing a big drop in after hours trade. it expects a first quarter lost, despite strong sales over the christmas period. shares trading lower in frankfurt, too, down 12%. >> with the cold weather, they might have done a bit better. people are buying serious arctic snowshoes. >> they're black, instead of color. >> they go dirty and dungy. maybe the weather was too bad. >> save your uggs for the better weather. >> meanwhile, shares of monster beverage get ago jolt after the bell. the company reported higher sales than expected with energy drinks. monster beverage saw its profits soar by 12% during the three months ending in december. shares in frankfurt are up 1.3%. >> let's give you a look at what's on today's agenda in the u
detriment when his sister visited him in prison, it was overheard by an fbi agent, but tsarnaev's lawyers are fighting use of the statement as evidence against him. >> the pakistani taliban declaring a one-month cease-fire, the step that could rekindle stalled peace talks. >> skin cancer's not only a risk with tanning beds but linking indoor tanning to other risky behaviors by teenagers including binge drinking and unsafe sexual activity. >>> a brand-new law allowing minors to delete social media posts with an erase function. california requiring social media companies the opportunity to delete regrettable internet postings. that is redundant, isn't it? the first in the country law being hailed as a good step, especially in the absence of federal law. yes, regrets. we have many. >> you're saying no matter what you post, it shouldn't be out there. >> it shouldn't be on age limit. everybody gets a regrettable erase. >> i agree with you. your cell phone could be a life saver. the pulse point app is aiming to link heart attack victims with people nearby who are training in cpr. fascinating, r
've contact the fbi in case this is connected to the occupy movement. officials are also telling residents to tight been security and lock cars and doors and keep cars and valuables secure. this follows, of course, the growing protests in san francisco against the tech wealthy and the battle over the commuter buses for tech workers all a sign that the occupy movement may be morphing from wall street to silicon valley, of course, where the real wealth is these days, sara >> it's a story that we'll definitely continue to follow. robert frank, good to see you. >> thanks. >>> in light of the massive breach at consumer data at target, the company that secured the networks are basically in an arms race to scoop up the most innovative and most valuable companies in the space. eamon javers is live at the rsa security conference in san fran, has some of the cybersecurity plays that we should be watching. eamon, name some names for us? >> reporter: absolutely, sara. this is a little bit early in the morning here but this place is going to be packed later on today. we've got tens of thousands of the
with sprint in the lawsuit claiming the wireless carrier overcharged the fbi and other agencies for wiretaps. the suit claims sprint went overboard to the tune of $21 million. sprint says it did nothing wrong. a phoenix detective is in the intensive care unit. the two detectives were chasing a suspect by car when he crashed and opened fire fleeing on foot. the responding officer shot and killed the suspect after he exchanged gunfire with them near the crash site. >>> the obama administration says the shutdown last fall at surrounding parks and communities, $414 million with 8 million viewer visitors. california and arizona lost more than $20 million a piece. they do not call him king for nothing. what a performance. lebron james career high 61 points in the miami victory last night over the charlotte bobcats. james converted eight straight three pointers. they say he went 22 for 33 on field goal attempts. i don't think he missed any shots based on what i've seechblt this also set a team record for a quarter. after the game james told the reporters the man above gave me unbelievable abilities
comes out, he comes out. he pays a court. fbi. and when we look at the freedom of information act, the state department, there's so many different intelligence agencies really trying to stop this guy. >> so remind us, about, and you explore this in the book, the it factor that stokely had. mike references a certain -- white folks are scared factor. there was a political it factor that he combined that other people didn't have. >> absolutely. one of the things i argue in the book is he's black power's rock star. and what i mean bhi that is not to diminish or dismiss, but a real, real appeal to stokely carmichael. you could see from the cover, this is an impossibly handsome man, hugely charismatic, and also funny. so he combined so many different aspects that people of the time don't have. and he's the original founder of the black panther party in lawrence county, alabama, starts out as a political party and he becomes honorary prime minister of that party, which has uie newton, bobby seal, so he's onto cover of magazines -- >> and the last 30 years of his life, talk about t. >> he
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